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After a brief hiatus from social media, Cyrell Paule has returned to Instagram to let her followers know she and her boyfriend, Eden Dally, are still in love and overly excited to welcome their first child together.
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Last night, the Married At First Sight star shared an adorable throwback snap of Eden kissing her cheek while the New Year's Eve fireworks lit up the sky.
She coupled the photo with a loving caption which read, "Counted down the New Years with you and now we’re counting down the days till we become parents. You’re the reason why Panadol was invented, and the definition next to migraine. But I love you."
Later responding to a series of comments on the post, the fiery reality star confirmed she's due to give birth on February 22, so we better start counting down the days!
"I love you."
It's been a trying few months for the mum-to-be, who confirmed late last year that she'd called time on her whirlwind romance with the fellow reality star.
In November, the expecting mother told New Idea that the "unspeakable pain and disappointment" of bringing a child into a broken home has been weighing heavily on her mind.
Cyrell and Eden are soon to be first time parents.
"I was desperate for our son to have a mother and a father – a happy home, a happy life," said Cyrell. "Now I go into this all alone. It is devastating. It is the last thing I ever wanted. Everyone thinks this was an easy decision. It really wasn’t.
As for why they parted ways October, the 30-year-old said at the time that they couldn't help but butt heads over their different parenting values.
"Honestly, I just think we wanted different things. I was happy to stay at home and focus on the baby whereas ... Eden still wanted to go out and do his thing," she said. "We were going in different directions. I wanted to see certain changes in Eden as a partner and as much as he was trying ... it wasn’t really in him."
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